The Bridge Builder Formula = 1 Carpenter + 2 Boards + 3 Nails

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Meet the Bridge Builder. He’s the Carpenter who used two pieces of weathered wood and three rusty nails to build a bridge from earth to Heaven – for you and me to cross from humanity into eternity. And for Divinity to touch us, each one of us, right here and right now.

Jesus took the cross intended as a curse and changed the story for God’s glory. You may know Him. If not, I invite you to cross His bridge and let Heaven touch earth – right where you are today – as you meet Jesus, The Carpenter, The Bridge Builder, The Way, The Truth, The Life, The One and Only Son of God Most High. Here’s His formula:

Meet the Bridge Builder. He's the Carpenter who used two pieces of weathered wood and three rusty nails to build a bridge from earth to Heaven for us.

Bridge Builder = 1 Carpenter + 2 Boards + 3 Nails

Deep in my heart I heard a song emerge that tells the glorious story of Jesus. May this Easter song bless you.

Rusty nails and weathered wood.
Upon the cross with Jesus stood.
All eternity.
He set us free.

Divinity touched humanity.
God set us free you see.
Oh, yes, He set us free.

God was birthed and walked this earth.
As Jesus Christ His son.
He’s the One, the only One.
Who can set us free.

Jesus lived His life for you and me.
He died. His death. It set us free.
He came to set us free.

On the cross where Jesus bled.
The perfect life He had led.
He set us free.

You took me to the cross with you.
All the sins I would do.
Christ set me free.

Why have you forsaken Me?
Christ asked His Father for you and me.
To set the captives free.
Don’t you see?

God turned His back on sin that day.
The world turned black. God had His way.
He, yes Jesus, set us free.

On the cross where Jesus hung.
Is where the enemy came undone.
Christ set us free.

Jesus entered hell that day.
He’s the Key. To Him I pray.
Because He set me free.

God has a plan. It’s not our way.
It’s higher than so we obey.
He set us free. Yes, He set us free.

Christ broke the chains that bound me tight.
He fought the enemy with all His might.
To set me free, yes indeed.

The gates of hell shall not prevail.
Jesus died and tore the veil.
To set us free. Eternally.

Jesus is the fee you see.
To enter into eternity.
He set us free.

Come to Me and enter in.
I washed you clean of all your sin.
I set you free.

God above up on high.
You lifted Christ into the sky.
You set us free.

Holy Lord up above.
Fill us with Your pure love.
You set us free.

Holy Spirit, come to me.
So we can be in community.
You set me free.

My mourning changed into a dance.
God’s grace is the only chance.
To be set free.

The redemption plan of God prevails.
Regardless of those rusty nails.
He set us free.

He came for you, He came for me.
He came to set us free.
Eternally.

Jesus Christ set us free.
Yes, indeed, He set us free.
He set us free.
For all eternity.

©2017 by Susan B Mead. All rights reserved.

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33 thoughts on “The Bridge Builder Formula = 1 Carpenter + 2 Boards + 3 Nails

    1. Cathy, Thank you for taking the time to comment as you visited from Inspire Me Monday recently. Please join us each week as we start on Friday morning. Hugs, Susan

  1. He is Risen Indeed! Love this and the song too, what a blessing to have such powerful words to read as we look to the cross tonight and empty tomb Sunday! Blessings

  2. Your poem is powerful! So thankful for his grace that sets us FREE! Praying you have a deeper sense of His love and grace this Easter.
    I just linked up because my website is being switched to another company today and it wasn’t up earlier. Hoping it will stay online now 🙂
    ~Sherry Stahl
    xoxo

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